Since the launch of Apple’s App Store in June 2008, Apple iOS users have downloaded nearly 25 billion applications around the world, a mark that is due to be passed sometime in the coming days. Download the 25 billionth app and you could win a US$10,000 App Store Gift Card today!
One (1) winner will receive one (1) App Store Gift Card for credit in an amount equal to USD $10,000, redeemable in the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBook Store, as available in the country in which the winner is located. Total US Retail Value of all prizes is $10,000.00.
1. PhotoShop Express – free
The iPad is perfect for viewing photos, and even makes a great digital photo frame. But what if you want to make changes to those pictures? Adobe Photoshop Express lets you crop, straighten, rotate and flip images. There are also a variety of filters and effects.
2. Epicurious – free
Packed with more than 25,000 recipes and some stunning photography, the Epicurious app makes for mouthwatering browsing. Just type in whatever you have in your fridge and the app will give you some ideas for dinner and create a shopping list for any ingredients you don’t have.
Most of the iPad’s video watching experience revolves around iTunes, but NetFlix makes a great alternative. If you subscribe to the service, you can down the app for free and access the thousands of videos in their online catalog. You will need a strong WiFi connection, but after that you will have hours of low-cost movie watching before you. Read More
As you know Apple iPhone could not run Flash. Today I would like to show “How to Install Flash / Flash on iPhone 4 on demo video. This has been done by the the iPhone hacker, Comex, the guy behind jailbreakme.
Simply follow the steps listed below.
First Jailbreak your iPhone (Open jailbreakme.com on your iPhone via wifi and follow instructions).
Techcrunch posted about “The 30 Best iPhone Apps So Far This Year”. Personally I do not keep many iPhone Apps in my iPhone, if I found the Apps is not good and I’m sure I will delete immediately. Just wonder how many ‘so called’ Best iPhone Apps you have so far as posted below.
1. Angry Birds
Launch birds from a slingshot to topple buildings and crush piggies. There’s a reason this game has been No. 1 on the Paid List for so long. Addictive only starts to explain it.
2. Plants Vs Zombies
Protect your home from an invasion of zombies by placing plants that shoot, freeze, blow-up, crush, or generally obliterate your foes.
3. Fruit Ninja
Swipe to slice 3D fruit as it enters your screen. Great visuals and gratifying delivery.
One of the best 3D arena shooters for the iPhone. Smooth multiplayer and easy handling. If you’re going to play a first-person shooter on the go, this is the one.
5. Rhythm Spirit
A rhythm-fighting game based on Japanese folklore. Very unique with top-notch production values. Can’t go wrong with ninjas, fighting, and music.
6. Ragdoll Blaster 2
Sequel to the fun and creative physics game. Blast ragdolls out of your canon to hit various targets. Tons of levels and really interesting puzzles.
The iPhone version of the popular flash game. Original escape game where you run away from impending doom, dodging obstacles and crashing through windows.
8. Chaos Rings
One of the few games priced above $10 that sold really well. A deep RPG with fantastic graphics from Square Enix. Read More
For the past few month, I have been posted few article about Malaysia iPhone Apps and look like more & more iPhone developer from Malaysia. Today I would like to share another iPhone Apps from Malaysia.
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
Keep a worry list – Write your worries down the moment they occur. This serves to get rid of them from your mind so you can use your time to get something else done.
Schedule worry time – Only at the appointed time that you think through your worries. At other time, you can say to yourself “This is a non-productive worry. Let me write this down on my worry list for worry time. Right now I will use my time to get something else done.”
Have a worry place – At the scheduled time, go to a place where you can be alone (but accessible).
Think and decide – At the worry place, for each of the worries in your list, think through it and then either delete it from the list if it’s no longer relevant or note down your decision, action, solution, or other remarks.